Stephen Hawking, an intelligence without artifice

Artificial Intelligence was not his specialty but he had enough aura to make his voice heard on this subject. Stephen Hawking, a renowned British scientist, astrophysicist and genius specialist in black holes, died on Wednesday at the age of 76 from Charcot's disease. Information that has gone around the world for this man who never departed from his humour when delivering his opinions on AI. What if Stephen Hawking was an early-warner?

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Studio 104 of the well-stocked Maison de la radio, Artificial Intelligence attracted a crowd for the AI Forum organized by France Inter and Libération on January 24th. Articulated around three axes (the AI in our societies, our lives and our minds), this IA Forum will not revolutionize neither the way of perceiving Artificial Intelligence, nor the way of practicing it. Present for the occasion, Forecasting. ai told you more and tells you what it has learned.

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Artificial Intelligence: An alliance between Chinese giant Alibaba and a university in Singapore

Artificial Intelligence makes eyes soft to the biggest companies and Alibaba, the Chinese Internet giant, is no exception. On Wednesday, the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore issued a press release to officially inaugurate the Alibaba-NTU Singapore Joint Research Institute, which will of course focus on AI research. The press release states in particular that it is the first research centre installed by Alibaba outside China. The objective is the development ...

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Artificial Intelligence: Will robots replace you at work in 2035?

Artificial Intelligence is always at the centre of the debates when it comes to the labour market. Some of them, like Martin Ford, author of Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future, predict a job destructive AI. Others, on the other hand, believe that Artificial Intelligence will facilitate the work, freeing oneself for example from certain repetitive tasks and focusing only on those that deserve ...

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Artificial Intelligence reads the terms of use for you

Another example of Artificial Intelligence put at the service of humans. There is a basic principle with the general conditions of use: everyone knows them but nobody reads them! To avoid any unpleasant surprises when you register on a social network or other Internet site, scientists from the universities of Michigan, Wisconsin and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne have created Polisis, an artificial intelligence system that reads ...

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